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Flutterby Project
Dedicated to the conservation of monarchs, native butterflies, and milkweed
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Flutterby Project Jan 15
Doesn’t the juxtaposition of the vibrantly coloured against the dark and decaying make for a stunningly beautiful image?! 🦋 🍄
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Flutterby Project Jan 13
Given the plight of the creatures we strive to protect, we couldn’t agree more.
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Flutterby Project Jan 11
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Flutterby Project Jan 9
British friends with kidlings and such — check this out!
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Flutterby Project Jan 8
Replying to @ImjustagirlJm @jnp_mn
Great photos!
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Greg Bourke Jan 6
doesn’t get any better than Western Australia’s Hibbertia stellaris
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Minnesota Monarch Jan 6
“Give us three days. We’ll give you the tools to change the world.” Are you interested in learning how to communicate the serious issues of climate change to your community & beyond? Click to learn about the Climate Reality Project. Photo by Sue Sill PhD
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Flutterby Project Jan 6
As the days get longer, we’re reminded that we’re getting closer and closer to the magical majesty that we’ll be graced with when the arrive in , . Looking forward to July, ‘18 and (hopefully) our best year yet!
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Minnesota Monarch Dec 26
The Commission for Environmental Cooperation has launched a new website to increase participation in conserv efforts for monarchs. People can explore best mgmt practices,incentive programs & pilot projects & they can apply them on the land they own/manage.
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Butterfly Brothers Dec 12
Here's our latest video on the beautiful Ringlet . Subscribe to our YouTube channel "Butterfly Brothers" to keep up to date with our latest videos
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Minnesota Monarch Nov 17
Support & conservation by supporting , the Univ of Minnesota Monarch Lab. Shop here:
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Flutterby Project Nov 13
All of our fall nectar plants are under a significant layer of snow. We won't be seeing any winged things, other than chickadees, for some time now. Good thing that chickadees are adorable!
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Julie Frey Nov 11
Nothing better than a drink on Saturday while waiting out bad weather. A sugar/water combo and a will work. Our count is at 236 raised, tagged and released into migration with tags.
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Flutterby Project Nov 3
Replying to @saunieindiego
Is that what OE looks like? I've not run into it in these northern parts, and I hope I never do!
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The Xerces Society Oct 9
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stanley lines Oct 25
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Flutterby Project Oct 24
What a cutie!
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Flutterby Project Oct 23
Can any followers in help make this happen? The needs our help!
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British Nature Guide Oct 17
17th October and joined in the garden by a basking Red Admiral in Cheshire.
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Sacramento Office Oct 17
Help get hands-on with this fall―See these 3 tips for making fall wild!
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